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The Embassy of Italy is located at the edge of several Australian Federal Departments and of the Lodge of the Prime Minister.

The structure was projected by the Italian architect Enrico Taglietti, migrated to Australian in the ’50s. During his career, Mr Taglietti has been well known for the use of cement to create stunning forms and spaces.

The Embassy of Italy is in fact made of cement with a number of woden panels inside that make the structure dramatically dinamic.